RUNNER: Liam Burges enjoys middle distance,
RUNNER: Liam Burges enjoys middle distance, "because I'm able to run more of it.” Contributed

Little A's impressive results

Little Athletics: Last Saturday Granite Belt Little Athletics completed a regular meet while racing the weather, plus welcomed back participants who all achieved well at the Downs and South West Regional Relays the previous weekend.

Relay final results are now in and are as follows:

U8 girls long jump

First place:

Hannah Petrie (2.94m)

Georgia Petrie (2.48m)

U9 boys discus

First place:

Tom Petrie (17.95m)

Ethan Kent (15.79m)

U9 boys high jump

Third place:

Ethan Kent (1.01m)

Tom Petrie (0.89cm)

U11 boys discus

First place:

Jacob Kent (29.89m)

His partner Kaiden

(from another club,

25.26m)

U11 boys shotput

Second place:

Kaiden (7.36m)

Jacob Kent (7.23m)

U11 boys long jump

Last:

Jacob Kent (4m)

Kaiden (out injured)

"As an observer, I can endorse all of the athletes have improved each week, especially in the technical events like throws, jumps and hurdles,” Granite Belt Little Athletics committee member Daniel O'Dea said.

Granite Belt Little Athletes were asked about those improvements this week, including their favourite events and how they know they are improving.

Participating families have now been given access to ResultsHQ, where their results can now be found on the internet. It allows for easy comparisons, from measurements to positions to Season's Bests.

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Thunder women get taste of victory

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'Fast and furious' men's tussle

'Fast and furious' men's tussle

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